This goodheartedness sef!!!!!!

so yesterday I was fulfilling my one good deed for the day when I offered someone a ride. I knew her from way back she was my senior in secondary school. Ordinarily i'd have driven off and pretended* not to see her but our eyes met and I felt obligated. She got in and said, I cant remember you though your face looks familiar. I said you were my senior in secondary school and we met when you moved into this neighbourhood years back and even showed me your house at the time. she said oooohhhh.... Not sure she still remembered me. she then said 'hey all my mates have bought cars and i'm keeping all my money in the stock exchange' so I smiled and responded with nothing. Then she next asked the usual where do you work etc to which I responded vaguely and next thing she says is do you earn a lot? is your salary 1million naira? I kuku said yes but the way she exclaimed I quickly retorted saying not every month oh I meant per annum. at this point I wished she would get down from the car. she mentioned how fat I am now and asked if I had kids. I said yes. she come say how much do I spend on maintaining my car weekly? ah ah!!!!! I said I didn't know then she said because she's trying to work out costs for if/when she buys a car, that she will also want a driver. wetin concern me with that? she then told me she was saving to relocate..... ........ in the next five years!!!! That she wants to buy property abroad. then she made excuses for her somewhat rough appearance and said oh I look 'neat(cant remember her exact word)' only because I had weaveon fixed that she doesn't fix weave on because it gives her headache.... Mo ma ri ogo oh then she asked why I was living in the local part of our neighbourhood as opposed to in the estate- think ojodu berger versus omole estate. so I said well affordability and she says we can live in a 2 bedroom in the estate as opposed to a bigger place outside. so I explained that I have a help and we have guests frequently, she then said oh I must be "doing well" to have a help. she insisted I gave her my no, I gave her the less frequently used one of course she rang me to ensure i'd have her no.... it'll be saved as do not pick!!!! I hurried her out of my car and drove off without saying bye.... Gooooossssshhhhhh people sef!!!!!!


Young Grumbler said…
Kai some people and inferiority complex! She doesn't remember you well, but she's telling you her money is in stocks, she will buy car, and other invasive questions - don't pick her calls o, she will ingratiate her way into your life otherwise and you wont be able to get her out

SN: See her reasoning, you should get a 2-bed inside the "cool estate" as opposed to a bigger place in the "local place" - need to belong will not kill some people sha

Sorry for my comment masquerading as a post lol
Ema Oyeyiola said…
The business minder!!!! All those questions...all her excuses.
Abeg move on jare.
1 + The One said…
This conversation/encounter is almost unreal! Wow.. So people can be like this?!
You handled it well by not being rude to her and I totally agree 'do not pick up'!
Okeoghene said…
Next time you see her, be sure to pretend you didnt. Haba!
Myne Whitman said…
Talk about friendship by force. ALl na eye-service :)
Beautiful said…
looool awww she was just looking for gist so the silence won't be awkward i guess.
Sisi Yemmie ™ said…
HA! I know these kind of people
!!!! It's inferiority complex! All she said were lies...LOL.
sykik said…
.........she needs help. She has serious issues and obviously battling with inferiority complex.....abeg, pack her put for one side
Mojisola said…
@ first, I thot she was making conversation but abegi, wetin concern fish with raincoat?

No "pick" am again o. Life is too short to surround yourself with those types of people. Sheesh I was madly irritated like say I dey inside moto with u people.

Hats off to you for not kicking her out of the car.
Abiola said…
Some people can be funny.
Now you have a new friend in your neighborhood, she'd probably be looking out for you.

I believe it has to do with inferiority complex as mentioned in one of the comments above. Very unnecessary.
Atoskin said…
This is the height of busybody, i hope i got the spelling right. Those are symptoms of inferiority complex!
ibiluv said…
she's a proper monkey


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